5 Top Tourist Attractions In Malta

Malta has lots of tourist attractions, begin from archaeological and historical tourism, nature tourism, speech, or somewhere to have fun. As archaeological attractions Malta has the remains

Malta has lots of tourist attractions, begin from archaeological and historical tourism, nature tourism, speech, or somewhere to have fun. As archaeological attractions Malta has the remains of several temples thousands of years old. This island was inhabited by people since 7000 years ago. The organic beauty of Malta was no less stunning. Malta is just one of the favourite dive sites in Europe.

Here would be hottest tourist attractions in Malta you must visit:

1. Valletta

The city has a long history. The city is surrounded by high fortress. Fortress, which surrounds the city, built in the 16th century. The uniqueness of this city is a yellow grey color of nearly all the buildings, since the vast majority of construction stones and materials that employed is the rock (limestone). Valletta was among the earliest sites inscribed by UNESCO on the World Heritage list.

2. Gozo Island

On the island of Gozo, you can unwind in the Bridge Xwiendi that has beautiful scenery festivals and beaches. www.anxtoonami.com The island is famous for its characters and places of interest. Some of these are caves Calypso. The sea is amazing just like a giant swimming pool. Marine life is truly amazing. Fish of all varieties, shapes and colors, in packs of thousands and hundreds. There is can be octopus, barracuda and much more.

It can be described as a little taste of heaven on earth. Its quiet and rural, however, has a strong civilization.

3. Hagar Qim

Hagar Qim, an ancient temple that is made from limestone and consists of four or even five domes. Exotic temple is located around 2 km from the village of Qrendi and only steps from the temple complex of Mnajdra, Malta, Southern Europe. Hagar Qim probably derived from "Ggantija stage", that was about 3600-3200 BC. Unlike other temples of Malta consists of just two to three temples, Qim just stand alone in this location.

4. The Blue Grotto

The Blue Grotto is the most famous cave in Malta, with profound seas Showing beautiful bright colours, from turquoise in to blue. The Blue Grotto (Taht il-Hnejja) is the biggest of many sea caverns situated near "Wied iz-Zurrieq" south of the town of Zurrieq. Every day from sunrise until about 1 per cent a unique sight could be observed here. The place of the cave combined with the sun lead into the water mirroring showing several colors of blue. Several caverns mirror the brilliant phosphorescent colors of the underwater flora; additional caverns show a deep dark color of blue. Blue Grotto is a popular destination for tourists on the island of Malta.

5. Mdina

Mdina itself signifies a remote city. Linda Graham Mdina not too broad compared to the older cities of Europe banning others. But feel just like enter into Arab cities generally. With a house made ?? ??of stone. Nevertheless, the air of this town of Mdina such as Tripoli (capital of Libya) with a much smaller dimensions. Population, based on wikipedia only around 300 people.

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